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  • How to poach an egg

    How to poach an egg - in four simple steps! These perfect poached eggs are great served on a hot, buttered crumpet for breakfast or in a tasty Eggs Benedict . You just need to add a drop of vinegar to the water to help keep the egg together. This easy video recipe will show you how to poach the perfect egg every time. Once you've mastered this technique you'll be able to show off your skills to friends and family - why not serve poach eggs on toast with smashed avocado and cracked black pepper for the ultimate on-trend brunch? This is a key cooking technique which is worth practising - as it's difficult to get right first time but so easy once you've mastered it.

    • 4
    (21 ratings)
  • Scotch pancakes recipe

    Scotch pancakes

    This simple Scotch pancakes recipe is a real winner for a weekend brunch or a favourite option on Pancake Day. These pancakes are a type of Scotch pancake and are so easy to make. They make an ideal breakfast dish and can be made at the weekend when you have a little more time. You could so easily make a larger batch to last for a few days - they keep very well and can also be frozen. These griddled pancakes are delicious served with raspberries and maple syrup and you don't need a special griddle pan to make them - an ordinary heavy based frying pan will do just as well. This recipe makes 12 delicious Scotch pancakes and will take only 35 mins to prepare and cook. Leftover batter can be stored in the fridge to use the next day.

    • 3
    (42 ratings)
  • Pancake day, shrove Tuesday, table

    When is Pancake Day 2018? Everything you need to know about Shrove Tuesday

    It changes every year, so when exactly does Shrove Tuesday fall this year? Find out all you need to know to celebrate Pancake Day from recipe inspirations to fun facts about the traditional celebrations.

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  • all day brunch wreath

    All day brunch wreath

    This all day brunch wreath is a flavour-packed sharing bread that can be made ahead and frozen. It contains all your favourite brunch essentials, like sausages, bacon, and black pudding, shaped into a festive wreath. It's a great way to use up any leftover sausages or rashers of bacon too. Despite is festive shape, you could still make this all day brunch wreath at any time of the year.

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  • pistachio butter

    Pistachio butter with matcha

    Pistachio butter is a healthy and vibrant alternative to peanut butter, and is so easy to make at home. This beautifully green nut butter is perfect on toast, stirred into porridge, eaten with fruit, or used in baking. It is an alternative healthy nut butter that is jam packed with antioxidants. Pistachio butter is far harder to find in supermarkets, so making your own is often cheaper and easier. We've added matcha to our pistachio butter for extra colour and nutrition. Matcha is Japanese in origin and is now popular with health-food lovers all over the world. Coming in both a tea and powder form, matcha is ground tea leaves that are naturally caffeinated to give your breakfast an extra dose of natural energy. One teaspoon of matcha has the equivalent goodness to 10 teaspoons of green tea. Matcha can be consumed in many different ways, including with hot water, or as a matcha latte. The pistachios in this moreish nut butter can also be roasted, adding an extra depth of flavour, but if you do it will loose its vibrant green colour, whilst keeping the same health benefits, helping to protect your heart, and adding a wealth of vitamins and minerals into your diet. This pistachio butter with matcha is the perfect way to put a colourful twist on your breakfast.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Quinoa porridge recipe

    Quinoa porridge

    Quinoa porridge is a trendy twist on a British breakfast staple. We all know porridge is good for us, but it can get a little boring. For something different, swap oats for protein-packed quinoa, for a breakfast that is extra filling, full of goodness, and easy to make. It’s gluten and dairy free, suitable for vegans, and is a warming and comforting way to start the day – perfect for those frosty winter mornings. Use seasonal fresh berries and toasted nuts or seeds to add an extra dimension of flavour to your quinoa porridge. You can play around with other toppings, such as nut butters, granola, or sliced banana, to tailor this recipe to your own tastes. We used coconut milk for this creamy quinoa porridge, but if you don’t like coconut, you could substitute in any other non dairy milk, such as almond, soy, or oat milk. This quinoa porridge will keep you feeling full and satisfied as you tackle the day ahead, but won’t leave you feeling weighed down or bloated. It is so important to start the day with a balanced breakfast, and this quinoa porridge is a delicious, beautiful, and oh-so-Instagrammable way to do so.

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  • Sweet potato toast recipe

    Sweet potato toast

    Sweet potato toast is the latest trend showcasing this versatile superfood. You may not have thought it possible, but you can actually cook slices of sweet potato in your toaster to make this tasty sweet potato toast. Sweet potato toast works well with both sweet and savoury toppings. We’ve chosen three healthy toppings for ours, a cottage cheese and berry toast, a peach and cashew butter toast, and finally a sweet potato toast topped with a fresh spinach, pea and mint dip. You could try experimenting with other topping for your toast, why not try other nut butter and fruit combinations for a balanced breakfast, or other savoury toppings for a lunch that is a bit different. If you love sweet potatoes, but don’t have much time to cook, then this recipe is for you. The toasts only take a few minutes to cook, and are almost as quick and easy as making regular toast! Sweet potato toast is gluten free, and packs a real nutritional punch. Sweet potatoes are a great source of vitamins A and C, and are high in antioxidants like beta carotene. As well as being good for you, this sweet potato toast is a beautiful dish that is so photogenic and Instagram-ready. If you are hosting a brunch, why not have a make your own sweet potato toast station and let your guests mix and match their toppings as they like. A good for you breakfast that’s a bit of fun and tastes great, too!

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  • hazelnut butter

    Hazelnut butter with chocolate and coconut

    Hazelnut butter with chocolate and coconut is a far healthier alternative to smothering your toast in chocolate spread. Chocolate and hazelnut is a winning flavour combination, and this delicious spread makes it guilt free! Cacao powder is a raw, unprocessed form of chocolate, made up of the solids that are formed after taking out cacao butter in the chocolate making process. To make this delicious chocolate and hazelnut butter vegan, add in the maple syrup instead of honey. Hazelnuts are naturally high in vitamin E, which is fantastic for maintaining healthy nails, hair and skin, making sure they are well moisturised and your hair stays glossy. As well as vitamin E, hazelnuts are also high in vitamin B that helps maintain a health metabolism. Many shop bought spreads contain palm oil, a leading cause of rainforest destruction, but my making your own you can cut out palm oil and any other nasty additives. We've used coconut oil which helps to give this spread a smooth texture, and adds a hint of coconut to the flavour. This hazelnut butter is a delicious way to make sure your kids don’t start their day with a sugar rush. Try spreading this chocolate and hazelnut butter on toast with banana for a healthy breakfast, drizzling it on pancakes, blending into a smoothie, or even just eating it with a spoon!

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Eggy Bread with Cheese and Ham

    Eggy bread with ham and cheese

    Eggy bread is the perfect lunchtime treat. Our version is a cross between a cheese and ham sandwich and french toast and it's guaranteed to cheer you up whatever your mood, or whatever the weather is doing! You could of course just cook you slices of bread without the filling, to create a regular egg bread recipe, but we think this combo is a real winner. Sure to be a crowd-pleaser amongst young and old, these delicious fried sandwiches are oozing with cheese and packed with ham for a really satisfying meal. If you fancy adding some extras then we think the more the merrier when it comes to sandwich fillers. Gherkins, tomatoes or thinly sliced onions would all be a delicious little extra squished between the eggy bread outers. And because this recipe for eggy bread takes just 12 minutes and uses ingredients you probably have in your fridge regularly it's a great one to keep in mind for days when you're short on time.

    • 3
    (43 ratings)
  • Breakfast wrap

    Burrito breakfast wrap

    Our breakfast wrap is a delicious and filling way to start the day. The warm tortilla wraps filled with scrambled eggs, spicy fried peppers, and fresh herbs are guaranteed to please. We’ve added some guacamole and grated cheddar cheese to take this simple Mexican breakfast to the next level. This veggie breakfast wrap is flavoured with smoked paprika, adding warmth and a hint of spice. If meat eaters wanted, they could add smoky chorizo, which would work perfectly with the Mexican flavours.

    • 1
    (1 ratings)
  • breakfast toastie

    Breakfast toasties

    Breakfast toasties are a tasty and filling way to start the day. We may think of plain toast as a breakfast staple, but it is made even better when topped with gooey melted mozzarella, wrapped in Parma ham and accompanied by fresh asparagus and tomatoes. We’ve used sourdough bread for our breakfast toasties, which has a satisfying crunch and slight chew when toasted, but you can use any slices of your favourite bread. Our breakfast toasties recipe turns your standard morning toast into something much more gourmet and packed with flavour. The combination of Parma ham and mozzarella is a classic, but not something you’d often think of for breakfast. Try something new tomorrow morning and start your say with a breakfast toastie.

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  • salmon hash

    Salmon hash

    Salmon hash is a healthy and filling brunch dish that is packed with flavour. The combination of both eggs and smoked salmon means that this salmon hash is high in protein, helping you to stay fuller for longer. Salmon is a great source of brain-boosting omega 3 fatty acids, and eggs provide selenium and vitamin B2, so this breakfast gives you a nutritious start to the day. This salmon hash is a great way to use up any leftover cooked potatoes or salmon you might have, and transform them into a delicious breakfast to share.

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